The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 4, 1908 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, December 4, 1908
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TRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 190». Our Toy Dapartment is now in Full/.Swing 1 Minstrels Here FAS! AUTOS ON If you want to get the best toys for the least money, get them at Welll's. Our assortment Is large, complete and Includes every kind of a toy that a youngster might want to make him happy. If you're wise, you'll start Christmas toy shopping now and here. Phones—Dry Goods, 142 Hardware, 224. Groceries, 142 1418-1422 Nineteenth Street VOICE CULTURE MISS JANE BARBER Late of Detroit Conservatory of Music Studio Phone 338 Main Residence Main 302 CARRIERE'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC The Southern Bakersfleld 's Leading Hott) Cuisine, Service This Evening Richards & Pringle's Minstrels. which appear at the Bakersfleld Opera] House this evening are the oldest In ' years, twenty-nine to be exact,, and if the press and packed houses they always draw are to be taken as a criterion, they are the best. The leading comedians this season embrace such well known artists as Clarence Powell, Pete Woods, Happy Erareguard, Frank Kirk, Ed Straughter, Willie Shepard, L-onny Bosan and Elmer Clay. The vocal department was never stronger than this season, and- the old plantation songs, dances and pastimes have been mounted with a fidelity true to nature. There are eight big vaudeville acts, and a musical burlet-1 ta entitled "When the Troop Struck Town" written and staged by Clarence Powell, justly styled the Black j Belasc/i, ihat Is one long scream of | laughter. l Tl>.-re will be a big parade through ; the principal streets at noon. I "Hans and Nix." 1 A; tiie Baktrefisld Opera Hous< : f.e.\t Wednesday evening. v "T!:» run moves as fast as the title* 'is v.ii.i! they elnlm for Dixon and H'-rn;ird's latest and merriest bunch of mirth and merriment, which for advertising purposes bus been happily entitled "Hans and Nix," written by Kerker Morton, who has written a j cniidly number of farce comedies, and i gives the following Unique recipe for l;!ie building of » successful comedy. ! "Take a teaspoon of merriment and ! another full of song, then a dash of j plnser, just to help the thing along; i stir It gently till it dances, and as ! many costumes as the management i will 'buy, produce it with the best stage direction possible, with a score at least of dazzling beauties, a dozen or so of good funny comedians, surrounded by a bunch of bright scenery 1 and there you have It." ) Morton Is doubtless right, for It Is I claimed that he has not made a failure yet. His latest and best offering is In the form of a musical review, "Hans and Nix," and serves to again Introduce those masters of mirth, DIx- on and Bernard, the two jolly fellows whose names have never been coupled with a failure. .,-*: NEW YEAR'S DAY Another automobile' race meet on tho fast half-mile track at Bakersfleld is In contemplation by the promoter of the highly successful meet of last Sunday, says tho Fresno Republican. The date set for the next big event Is January l, On this day, such well well known drivers and speed maniacs as Bert Dlngley, Frank Free, Frank Murray, Ed Waterman and Ben Hreeso will dash around the Kern race course in defiance of death in an ef- t'nt to Man? out some new track record* in California, which means the wes; in nuto racing. The foregoing announcement was i!i;t'!.- public by Ed Fussell, who arrival in l-'i-.-sno from Bakersfleld In company with Murray and Free, who mad" tin- trip in the former's Buick I \\ :,;••• sirtak und Free's Sunsot, the i'in- which showed its heels to several ' My in i.'liiiu-s from all over the 1'ac j 1-11:1-;: mi the county fair grounds ;tr;n-k in Oils city during tho recent niiniy jair. "MORLEY'S THEATRE Masonic Temple, 2007 Chester Avenue Admission lOc No Higher Continuous Performance T!30 to 10530 P, M. BOX OFFICE 6P6N ?:i5 io 9:iS STRICTLY HIGH CLASS MOVING PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED SONGS; FUN AND AMUSEMENT FOR EVERYBODY. The New Hired Girl (comedy) Don't Fool oYur Wife (comedy) The Cotton Industry In the South Maple Sugar (Instructive) (instructive) SONGS—"Pawnee" "Dear Old Saved by Love (special feature) Memphis." Entire change of Program Monday and Thursday nights. Matinee Satxirday and Sunday. Coupons O'ven every night. Nov. 23d,24-plece quadruple plate Rogers Bros.' t set to holder of lucky coupon. ;GEELAN Millinery 1329 19th St. Visit Bakersfleld's Finest Millinery Shop and see our grand shmvinir i>f New York's latest models. Our prices 'Jo per cent less than elsewhere. AVe carry im exceptionally larire line of shapes and We make a specialty o!' remodeling- Briny iu your old hats or trimmings and a new hat made of them. Irrigation For Northern Kern melano Alter taking lunch here, Murray ;md Five resumed their journey to H:'ii Francisco at uooif! Next Saturday ;-nd Stmdiiy, these famous drivers will | ;iiim ih'-!r respective racing card around the famous Tanforan track , ne;\r rfan Francisco, In the .,, . ' .v. in.; prnvidcd for in connection with : the appearance of the world's greatest d;ir- -devil auto drivers, Barney l Oldfleld, Bruno Siebel, the "Flying | linti-bmaii." and Walter Christie, the 1 man who cleaned up everything in his j class on the eastern tracks during the past, summer. Christie, Oldfleld j and Siebel. the latter being Barney's I former radii™ partner, but now one of his most, dangeous rivals at the wheel of a racing car, will be thewnain iittrat-tion at Tanforan on both days. Free and Murray are also expected to shatter several track rccods Before returning to Bakersfleld, Mr. day. Free announced that ho will pilot the Comet at Tanforan, The race last Sunday at Dakorsfteld was the last for Fw tit tho wheel of the Sunset. !n tho future he will be with the. Comet people. I 1-M Waterman of this city will prob. !ubly s end a thirty horse power White i Steamer to Bakersfleld, and he has 1 half-way consented to be at tho wheel j of the ear himself on New Yars day. i nrrt Dingley. in the Bluebird racer, ' will also be among the entries. Ding. jley lowered all marks for the Bakers- i Held track last Sunday in the same i machine. One of the exciting features j was an accident schemes )n the history of THANKSGIVING ESSENTIALS are good, well fitting, stylish clothes but above all clean clothes. We can take out all spots, stains and dirt of any kind, so that your present suit will appear like a bran now one. Send us yoour best suit or your winter overcoat and you surely will be pleased at the result. Pioneer Cleaners aud Dyers A. C. Jacobsen, Proprietor. Office. 161S> 19th St.. Phone Mala 17fi Works, 129-133 20th St. Phone Matt. 168 i • i , n t i n'r'fl^'vii o own ns oi tt.ix win DC - 1 "' 1 •'• Pl The w ~r" ! £..on will be sup- nli- fn,m a batterv of twelve artes- a, ve N on sections 25 and 35, west of Ponfl station. and conducted throurfi a 1000 ncrsM have been born under a oon as th3 Before returlng to BnkersfloM Mr. > j Kussell will endeavor to interest oth- or Fresno auto drivers in entering cars at the comliiR races. He stated that the Bakersneld track Is considered the best half-mile course for auto. station. and conduce canal twentv-four feet wide , In the San Joaquin valley, if not In the and four fete deep, a distance of ten miles to tho land to be Irrigated, pupplylng 1200 miners Inches of water, and when the other wells contrl- bttip their supply, over 2000 cubic feet | of water will be poured Into the canal; every minute. Six miles of the canal i are already excavated, while 100 teams of horses, a large traction engine and two excavators are engaged j Iu Its completion. i The Santa Fe will soon construct a railroad from Soleta to Alpaugh, passing through this land, which will eventually be subdivided and a town- site reserved. The land Is particularly state, and the. oil town may become the mecea for the drivers who follow «lie racing game for a living. THIS IS THE CAR HAVE YOU SEEN IT? -.,,.- ,, , 1 to alfalfa ralsl ng ami d farming, and as an attrar-tlu' reature farming, and as an attrar-u' e , southeast to dirymen, an immense <rcameiy will i ' be built ylth capacity for taking care of and making an easy market for all dairy products. TEA New York is too far from Japan; San Francisco is nearer. Your srocer returns your mwv II you don't Uk* Schilling'* licit: we pay iniii. It has been in preparation for five years, awaiting the time when the plant could be brought to the point of capacity and perfection which would make It possible at such a price. Tl ere Is not an ounce of uncertainty or experiment in this marvelous thlrtv' horse power car at fifteen hundred and fifty dollars, because it .lo- r VPS Us beli'ff from twenty thousand other Cadillac cars which have receded It It springs Immediately Into full-fledged competition with the UOB of others at twice and thrice the price, because it is the outcome and evolution of a factory equipment, and a factory experience that has cost millions In the making. Place your order now. First car load already sold. We have a few second hand bargains. Cadillac, one cylinder. 1907 two cylinder Tourist. Two Cylinder Reo, with top. (Trade for horses). Two cylinder Maxwell. Bakersfield Auto Supply Go. 19th and 0 Sti. Tel. Main 1260 There's every i in tin- vv'"' shuiili • • j Sh:ii|(iw r The most wonderful of all Pianos. STEINWAY, A. B. C1IASK. EMERSON. KSTEY, KURT2MANN. STKHIJNCJ imd others. Also INSIDE PLAYER PIANOS. Very largo supply to select from. Lowest Prices; Easy Terms. Sherman Clay & Co New Fish Block-1820 K Street Phone Main 602 C. E. KEY, Manager GRAND Masquerade SKATING PARTY DREAMLAND SKATING RINK 4 FRIZES ..Ladies' Best Sustained Character Costume, $5 cash. Gents' Best Sustained Character Costume, 1 pair Richardson skates. Funniest Ladies' Costume, ladies' hand bag. Funniest Gent's Costume, 1 box cigars. Boys' Potato Race, $2. Boys' Sack Race, $V Admission 15c GOOD MUSIC PLENTY OP SEATS. Show Your Artistic Taste for Costume Making for this Occasion. C. F. Smith, Manager. W. II. Graham and George Monroe of Fresno have just negotiated the lease of the Fort Wayne-California property comprising the southeast quarter of the border bold Midway, and will development of the property Immediately. The lease is for twenty years on a one-sixth royalty. It was reported that the Fresno oilmen agreed to a bonus of $500 an acre and had paid $0000 down to secure the lease, but, this Mr. Graham denied this morning. * Tho Fort Wayne-California Com- ipany Is, composed of Indiana people. ' They put one well down and after get- 'tint; oil In promising quantity the operations were forced to a standstill by the failure of those Interested to put up additional funds. Accordingly for t-ixty days past tho property has been inactive. S. A. Abcr, who represented the company here, arranged with? Graham, and Monroe for tho lease. The Fresno men take over the prop, erty juat as It stands. There are tools ; and material enough on tho ground for the drilling of a second well which •will be started at once. 'The first well will be perforated and the bole cleaned out. No company has been organized and Graham and Monroe have 1 not decided whether or not to change, the name of the lease. They are tho ^nnly ones Interested us lessees. /. ROSEDALE ENTERTAINMENT FOR THIS tZVECN'ING. Choose Pratical Gifts I Lei Iheni It" useful, essential. Lasting reminders of 1he kind thought and affectionate interest of the giver. A BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF FURNITURE IS THE GIFT OF GIFTS. Knowing this we have added an unusually large stock of gift furniture, distinctive and desirahle. Before you make your decision, let us sh"\v you this »ifI furniture which we have selected in anticipation of your needs. There are scores of appropriate and handsome articles on our floors which cannot fail to please you. Let our experienced salesman h'-lp you in the solution of the gift problem. From now until Christmas, "tir windows will display helpful suggestions t" the gift seekers. Philip W. Niederaur 1408-10 19th Street Main 173 Kollowlns is the program for the eri. | riainment to be given by Hie Con-. .".•::• i' 'i! '1 <-'.'.ui'('li i •'.!-' ' ' '. '•'•" '" <)• '!ei'-< <i'e\ ." A!' '•'••!'• ' " ' 1' '!•''• nlliie: .lee: Minnl-- an.) Delmu I'hillliis. srur/, ; Mr (i.'Mrue; recitation. Mi-. Rees; I sontf, MI»H Hurnett. Karc--. "1'ipes itli'l I'i'i'illtloii." Cnpt. Vain Vult.'ntiii' 1 , Arr'nle Hnrni't : Mrw. Vain Valentine, Allc'H Tllcn: AllSH He- hecca Moloch. Mrs. Uurnott; Weeks, a valfi, Mr. Henfro. The Poultry and Egg Exchange THRON8EN A 8TALLARD, Props. Highest Price paid for Poultry and Egg*. Prompt Delivery In Bak- ersfleld and Kern. Phone Main 603. 2115 Q Street

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